Lyn & Exmoor Museum

The Lynton Museum offers an insight into the past with collections of agricultural and domestic tools from Lynton and Exmoor. It also has information about local maritime, railway, and natural history.

Unique pictures of the Lynmouth Flood, and a Victorian dolls' house. Housed in Lynton's oldest surviving domestic dwelling, it even includes its own ghost!

Admission Charge
Adults £2.00 Children 50p

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  • Old engravings and paintings showing Exmoor life over the last two centuries
  • The Lynmouth Flood Disaster of 1952
  • Models and curios from the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway
  • Agricultural implements from farms on Exmoor
  • A Victorian Doll's house
  • Peat and turf cutting
  • Local maritime relics
  • Kitchen appliances and cooking paraphernalia
  • The story of the Louisa lifeboat rescue
  • Victorian bird and animal exhibits, minerals, fossils and rocks from Exmoor
    and more
Opening Times: 

Open from Easter to end of October 2016.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
10.30 - 13.30 (closed for lunch) 14.00 - 17.00